In great shape!
The MotoGP World Championship heads into its final stage with five races to go, which decide the destiny of the 250cc title.
In this category, though, the challenge for the title is between Jorge Lorenzo and the Humangest Racing Team 250cc rider Andrea
Dovizioso, who is seven points behind the leader.
The Malaysian GP is the first of three overseas consecutive GPs and Sepang circuit is a long and technical circuit, where high temperatures make it even more difficult for riders and bikes. So, it will be a tough race and Dovizioso will find back his team-mate Yuki Takahashi, who is full recovered from the accident at his left arm.
Andrea Dovizioso (2nd overall with 192 points)
"I like Sepang circuit and in 2004, when I was riding in 125cc, I even set the pole position that is still unbeaten. It's a fast track, where Honda are more penalized in terms of engine power compared to Aprilia due to the high temperatures. But, though, I'm confident and motivated for the Malaysian GP, because the second place at Brno made me understand that if we take full advantage of the potential of the bike we can aim high and my team makes the difference."
Yuki Takahashi (3rd overall with 133 points)
"I enjoyed watching the Czech Republic GP at home, but I would have preferred to be in the starting grid along with my colleagues. It has been very important, though, to stay in Japan and finish the rehabilitation, because now I'm ready and physically I feel very good. Actually, I look forward to go at Sepang and get back on the bike Friday morning."